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Michigan Bureau of Elections staff have recommended that half of the Republican candidates for governor be kept off the fall primary ballot, citing widespread problems with invalid, and sometimes fraudulent signatures. Now, the bipartisan Michigan Board of State Canvassers will determine which candidates are certified for the ballot.
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    There’s no safe way to move crude oil across an entire continent. So what risks are we willing to take? And who bears the brunt of that risk? Over the next couple episodes, we'll be looking at two times when transporting oil went horribly wrong. Today, we’ll hear about a pipeline that ruptured. Next time, we’ll consider the alternative.
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    Most of the freshwater in the U.S. is in the Great Lakes. That’s why some in the region worry western states will come after it. But others say the real danger is commodifying water. Next time on Points North, the ethics and economics of trading water futures.
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    Irstea - Wikimedia Commons
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    Most of the freshwater in the U.S. is in the Great Lakes. That’s why some in the region worry western states will come after it. But others say the real danger is commodifying water. Next time on Points North, the ethics and economics of trading water futures.
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    On Lake Charlevoix, a landowner is seeking permits to build a controversial boathouse. But conflicts arise where public waters meet private property.
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